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Water Calories and Quick Look At Nutrition Facts

Calories in Water0Cal 100g
0 Cal 100g(100cc)
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Water is necessary to sustain life. Despite being so important for staying alive it brings very little nutrition value and calories to the table. On the other hand mineral water sometimes called hard water has more mineral content than soft water that most people are used to drinking out of a water softener. Despite contain more minerals than soft water; the mineral content in hard water is not even close to making a considerable contribution to your diet compared with direct supplementation by eating food.



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Additional Facts for Water

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Water Content100 (%)
Refuse0 (%)

Nutrition facts for Water (100cc 100g)

Nutrition info displayed such as percent meal value and PFC balance scales are based on a 1800 calorie diet for women between ages 18 and 29 years old weighing around 112 pounds and daily nutritional requirements.

【Calories and Macronutrient Composition】

(Percent Meal Value)

Energy0 Cal536~751Cal
Protein0g (0 Cal)15~34g
Fat0g (0 Cal)13~20g
Carbohydrate0g (0 Cal)75~105g

【PFC Balance】

The calories in water is taken as 0Cal. In the case of distilled water, there are no minerals and other nutrition to be accounted for. Increasing water temperature throw boiling or other heat exposure relative changes occur. Generally distilled

Vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, and sodium content for 100g (100cc) of Water

Vitamins and minerals found in Water are either to low to display a value or unknown

Fatty acid composition in 100g (100cc) of Water

Fatty acids found in Water are either to low to display a value or unknown

Amino acid composition in 100g (100cc) of Water

Amino acids found in Water are either to low to display a value or unknown

*Note that do to rounding some nutrient values are shown as not contained in some cases.

*Calculated assuming a 1800 calorie diet of a normal women age 18 to 29 around 112 pounds weight.

*The exact vitamin and mineral content may depend on the method of cooking preparation, transportation method, and processed used for long term storage, collectively.

*Calculated calorie results may vary within a margin of several calories.

12 ways to Burn 0Cal

Water:Aerobic exercise duration required to burn 0 calories per 100g (100cc)

  • Walking0min
  • Jogging0min
  • Cycling / Biking / Spinning0min
  • Jumping Rope0min
  • Stretching0min
  • Climbing Steps0min
  • Vacuuming0min
  • Cleaning Bath Tub0min
  • Water Walking0min
  • Swimming0min
  • Aerobics0min
  • Boxercising0min

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